The Los Angeles Angels have informed some employees of furloughs that will be implemented at the start of June and will affect nearly every department of the organization.

Those affected will be members of the front office, analytics department, scouting staff, and the vast majority of those involved with their minor league system.

The Angels say they have not instituted any layoffs and will be paying for employees' health care through either the end of the year or the end of their contracts.

The club previously committed $1.2 million to cover more than 1,800 people who work at their stadium and were also among the many teams that were committed to paying baseball-operations employees through the end of May.